Teaching for College Credit Now
Benefits of Teaching for CCN:
- Your students earn college credit
- Possibly an opportunity to teach additional courses for the college
- It looks great on your resume
- You are helping your school meet achievement compact requirements
- You will receive a three credit tuition waiver good from summer through spring term of the academic year that follows the year you taught a CCN course
Are you currently a CCN teacher or interested in becoming one?
Check out the following information:
The College Credit Now Program Handbook tells you everything you need to know
Take a look at the courses that are currently approved to be offered as CCN. If you don't
see the course you are looking for on the list, but would like to articulate,
please contact Bruce Scanlon,
to find out more information and request a course outline.
Understand the 2016-2017 College Credit Now Calendar so that you will not miss important
How to become a CCN teacher:
In order to teach for College Credit Now, you must first be
teaching for one of the high schools in our region. If you meet
that requirement, then you can follow these steps to apply:
- Look at the requirements to teach for your subject area in
the CCN Handbook. Please contact
if you have questions about instructor eligibility, or wish
to develop a plan to become a qualified CCN instructor.
- If you meet the requirements, contact
Bruce Scanlon for a link to the online application and instructions on the
- Once you have completed the online application, which
includes uploading your syllabus, transcripts, and resume,
you will be contacted by the Chemeketa CCN liaison, Chemeketa
Dean, or CCN staff if there are any questions about your
- Once your application has been evaluated by the appropriate
Chemeketa Dean, you will be contacted by CCN staff regarding
the status of your application.